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  • Our five selections combine for odds of $847.76 at SportsBet
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The Melbourne program heads to Flemington this Saturday (Getty Images)

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If you want a big win for a small stake on Saturday's racing, try combining our five selections into a multibet that pays  for a $10 bet.

We're combining some of our best bets for Flemington, Morphettville and Rosehill into one bet with a huge return for the mega multi which we're placing at Sportsbet.

Our multibet selections are:

Flemington Race 5 - No. 9 King Of Hastings ($3.90)
Rosehill Race 6 - No. 1 Graff ($3.70)
Flemington Race 6 - No. 2 King Of Leogrance ($2.50)
Rosehill Race 7 - No. 5 Fituese ($2.35)
Moprhettville Race 8 - No. 7 The Inevitable ($10)

The combined odds total $847.76
Read our reasons for selecting each of the runners below:

Flemington Race 5 (No. 9 King Of Hastings)

The son of Ilovethiscity has always been earmarked with the word 'potential', and again I will use that word as we still have not seen the best from this horse.

His first-up run last time in was okay to the eye, but he may not have found the right part of the track and the fact that he pulled up lame explains the performance.

Second-up he was a straight track winner here, beating a benchmark 70 field in style before tacking Alligator Blood in the 3YO Magic Millions Guineas at the Gold Coast.

He has had just the one jumpout on May 8 to prepare for this race, running second in a Group One heat and he strikes a typical 1000m handicap for what looks a winnable assignment.

He has more scope than these horses and has the brilliance on his side to prove that he is the best bet of the day at Flemington.

Rosehill Race 6 (No. 1 Graff)

On ability, this four-year-old from the Kris Lees yard should be making light work of what is rather weak listed affair in the sixth from Rosehill.

Unfortunately talent doesn't necessarily equate to winning results which has been evident for this entire who after winning the Group Three San Domenico in 2018, has threatened but still hasn't been able to deliver.

Whilst the recent wins aren't there, around one length defeats over numerous races behind the likes of The Autumn Sun, In Her Time, Sunlight, Redzel and Pierata, is enormous form for an event such as this.

This is truly d-day for Graff who can lob close enough to what appears to be a slow speed and show the best turn of foot at the business end when it matters.

Flemington Race 6 (No. 2 King Of Leogrance)

The Adelaide Cup winner of this season is the deserved favourite coming into this race with Damien Oliver in the saddle.

He lacked that sharpness over 1800m when first-up last prep, finishing second to the in-from Ryan's Fender before producing two outstanding wins to round off that campaign.

The short freshen up would have done this horse the world of good, and maintaining that residual fitness from the 3200m contest last start will show over the concluding stages of this 2800m contest.

Dark Alley looks the main danger to me, finding the Adelaide Cup one run too soon but since producing an astonishing turn of foot at Geelong.

Experience is the key for this galloper.

Rosehill Race 7 (No. 5 Fituese)

The $55,000 dished out at the 2018 Perth Magic Millions Yearling Sale to secure this daughter of Deep Field is looking a very savvy purchase by the Prime Thoroughbreds team.

Prepared by the John Thompson stable, Fituese had an outstanding first racing preparation when winning three of her first four outings and was at the end of her campaign when not beaten far in the Gosford Guineas as a well supported favourite.

The May 2 return victory was first class when ridden to score by nearly three lengths and as a black type target, I'd be surprised if this fillies listed event hasn't been eyed off for some time.

Fituese drops 3kg off that last start victory and drawing for a lovely run in a field that does have a long tail to it, she's superbly placed to make it win number five as the best bet at Rosehill.

Morphettville Race 8 (No. 7 The Inevitable)

His first-up run off a seven week freshen up at Flemington on April 25 was nothing short of fantastic, and the perfect tune up for a Group One.

His Newmarket run was certainly flat, seemingly losing his trademark sprint, but clearly Patrick Payne has turned him around, back to his best form.

Although a second placing in a handicap does not look that of a next start Group One winner, he is a tiny horse, yet he lumped 60kg and finished with clearly the fastest sectionals of the day and probably the best overall performance of the day.

He will find himself with 56kg in this race, a much more suitable race with a senior jockey on board which is what he needs.

If he can find the breaks on the turn, there is only one other horse in the race that can close off as good as him.

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What is a multibet?

A multibet is a combination of bets rolled into one wager. You can increase the odds by adding selections. A multibet must consist of at least two selections.

What is the minimum stake for a multibet?

There is no minimum - you could place as little as $1 on your multibet.

How is a multibet calculated?

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